"Dear John-I am so sorry to hear this. I just came across this through a friend. It's been so many years since we lived on Spring St. but I have nothing but fond memories of you and Richie and all your sisters, but especially of your mom & dad who were aways so good to me. So very, very sorry for your loss, and for you families sorrow. I lost my oldest son Jack 11 years ago. His birthday would be soon, he'd have been 40. You will never stop grieving, there is no end to it, but eventually you will learn to live with the process as you pass through it. My sincere condolences to you and your family..."
"I am saddened to hear about James. I had the privilege of teaching him in first grade. He was a kind and sweet young boy with a winning smile. He had a keen thirst for knowledge for such a young student. My prayers are with your family at this most difficult time."
"I had the good fortune and experience of educating James at MVRCS in Library class. He was always, always, courteous and polite to me and fellow classmates. His efforts and enthusiasm for LIBRARY topics was second to none. I am profoundly saddened at your loss and I hope the Luti family memories of young James Luti will always bring a smile when his name is mentioned. He will be missed. Mr & Mrs Luti I know you are extremely sad at this moment, but please find comfort knowing that your children always displayed great effort for academics and cared for fellow classmates with reason. My teaching career at MVRCS also allowed me to educate Anna and Mitchell in Library too, outstanding citizens."
"To the Luti Family - I am so sorry for your profound loss. I taught James math and reading in first grade at Mystic Valley and I still remember his sweet personality and endearing way. Please accept my thoughts and prayers at this difficult time."